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Muscle Warfare Nuke™ - Grape Splash
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ENGINEERED TO PROVIDE: 8 ESSENTIAL FREE FORM AMINO ACIDS WITH SPECIALIZED HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT CARBOHYDRATE DELIVERY SYSTEM. INCLUDES MULTI-PHASE MYOBOLIC NUTRIENTS FOR MAXIMUM MUSCLE RECOVERY POTENTIAL.
- Instant Amino Acid Muscle Infusion
- BCAA 8:1:1 Precision Blend
- Free Form Essential Amino Acids
- High Molecular Weight Carbohydrates
- Multi-Phase DNA/RNA Encoding Matrix
- Potent Anabolic & Anti-Catabolic
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- Supplement Facts
Nuke is a high potency stimulant free formula that may be mixed in water or your favorite sports drink. Begin consuming Nuke by mixing 1 scoop in your beverage of choice, 30 - 45 minutes prior to working out. Continue to sip throughout your entire workout and 30 minutes after. Very experienced users may use 2 - 3 scoops. Do not exceed recommended dose.
Serving Size 1 level scoop(s) Servings Per Container 25 Amount Per Serving % DV Calories from Fat 0.00 Trans Fat 0.00 g Sodium 4.00 mg 0% Total Carbohydrate 5.00 g 2% Dietary Fiber 0.00 g 0% Calories 19.00 Total Fat 0.00 g 0% Saturated Fat 0.00 g 0% Protein 0.00 g 0% Sugars 0.00 g NUKE Proprietary Blend 10.89 g ** Glycero-Load Muscle Volume Engorgement Technology ** Maltodextrin ** Glycerol Monostearate ** Waxy Maize Starch (High Molecular Weight Glucose Polymers) ** Anabolic Shock Glutamine/ EAA Reinforcement Agent ** (mTOR/PI3-K Synergistic Signaling Agonists/Conditionally Essential Amino Acids) ** Muscle Enzyme Absorb/Recovery Composite ** Multi-Phase DNA/RNA Anabolic-Anticatabolic (Myobolic) Encoding Matrix ** MYOBOLIC-NF-KB ** MYOBOLIC-SIRT-1 ** MYOBOLIC-TI-77 ** Cellular Energy Driver ** ** Daily Value (DV) not established
Other Ingredients: Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose, Citric Acid, N&A Flavors, Natural Colors (Organic Purple Sweet Potato Powder)
Warning: Not for use by individuals under 18 years of age. Consult with aphysician prior to, during and after use, if you are taking any prescription medication or have any medical condition. Do not use if you are pregnant, contemplating pregnancy or lactating, if you are at risk or are being treated for high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid, liver or psychiatric diseases. By breakingthis product's seal, you agree that any dispute or claim relating to this product shall be heard by a single arbitrator in Miami, Florida, selected under JAMS rules, with Florida law governing, and that any claim shall be limited to the purchase price paid for the product. The manufacturer(s), marketer(s), distributor(s), and seller(s) of this product do not make any warranties other than those expressly appearing on the package, and disclaim any warranties implied by law.
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- Health Notes
Oregon GrapeOregon GrapeThis nutrient has been used in connection with the following health goals
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:Indigestion, Heartburn, and Low Stomach AcidityDose: Refer to label instructionsOregon grape may stimulate digestion and relieve spasms in the intestinal tract.(more)DiarrheaDose: Refer to label instructionsBerberine, a constituent of Oregon grape, has been shown to improve infectious diarrhea in some trials.(more)InfectionDose: Refer to label instructionsOregon grape is both immune supportive and antimicrobial.(more)ParasitesDose: Refer to label instructionsBerberine is derived from several plants, including Oregon grape. Studies have shown that berberine kills amoebae and can be used successfully to treat giardia infections.(more)PsoriasisDose: Refer to label instructionsOregon grape has been shown to be effective against moderate psoriasis and to reduce inflammation.(more)Urinary Tract InfectionDose: Refer to label instructionsOregon grape contains berberine, an alkaloid that may prevent UTIs by inhibiting bacteria from adhering to the wall of the urinary bladder.(more)Chronic CandidiasisDose: Refer to label instructionsOregon grape contains berberine, an alkaloid with antibiotic and antifungal activity that also been shown to help relieve the diarrhea seen in some people with chronic candidiasis. (more)Conjunctivitis and BlepharitisDose: Refer to label instructionsOregon grape contains berberine, an antibacterial constituent that has been clinically studied for eye infections.(more)Indigestion, Heartburn, and Low Stomach AcidityDose: Refer to label instructions
Bitter herbs are thought to stimulate digestive function by increasing saliva production and promoting both stomach acid and digestive enzyme production.1 As a result, they are particularly used when there is low stomach acid but not in heartburn (where too much stomach acid could initially exacerbate the situation). These herbs literally taste bitter. Some examples of bitter herbs include greater celandine, wormwood, gentian,dandelion, blessed thistle, yarrow, devil's claw, bitter orange, bitter melon, juniper, andrographis, prickly ash, and centaury.2. Bitters are generally taken either by mixing 1-3 ml tincture into water and sipping slowly 10-30 minutes before eating, or by making tea, which is also sipped slowly before eating.
Some bitters widely used in traditional medicine in North America include yarrow, yellow dock, goldenseal, Oregon grape, and vervain. Oregon grape's European cousin barberry has also traditionally been used as a bitter. Animal studies indicate that yarrow, barberry, and Oregon grape, in addition to stimulating digestion like other bitters, may relieve spasms in the intestinal tract.3References
1. Schulz V, Hansel R, Tyler VE. Rational Phytotherapy: A Physician's Guide to Herbal Medicine. 3rd ed, Berlin: Springer, 1998, 168-73.
2. Blumenthal M, Busse WR, Goldberg A, et al. (eds). The Complete German Commission E Monographs: Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines. Austin: American Botanical Council and Boston: Integrative Medicine Communications, 1998, 425-6.
3. Tewari JP, Srivastava MC, Bajpai JL. Pharmacologic studies of Achillea millefolium Linn. Indian J Med Sci 1994;28(8):331-6.DiarrheaDose: Refer to label instructions
Due to of its supposed antimicrobial activity, goldenseal has a long history of use for infectious diarrhea. Its major alkaloid, berberine (also found in barberry and Oregon grape), has been shown to improve infectious diarrhea in some double-blind trials.1 Negative studies have generally focused on people with cholera, while positive studies investigated viral diarrhea or diarrhea due to strains of E. coli. These studies generally used 400-500 mg berberine one to three times per day. Because of the low amount of berberine in most goldenseal products, it is unclear how effective the whole root or root extracts would be in treating diarrhea.ReferencesParasitesDose: Refer to label instructions
Berberine is derived from several plants, including barberry, Oregon grape, goldenseal, and goldthread (Coptis chinensis). Preliminary trials have shown that berberine can be used successfully to treat giardia infections.1, 2 In addition, test tube studies show that berberine kills amoebae, although it is not known whether this effect occurs in humans.3 The amount required is approximately 200 mg three times per day for an adult-a level high enough to potentially cause side effects. Therefore, berberine should not be used without consulting a healthcare provider.References
1. Gupte S. Use of berberine in treatment of giardiasis. Am J Dis Child 1975;129:866.
2. Choudhry VP, Sabir M, Bhide VN. Berberine in giardiasis. Indian Pediatr 1972;9:143-6.
3. Kaneda Y, Torii M, Tanaka T, Aikawa M. In vitro effects of berberine sulphate on the growth and structure of Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia lamblia and Trichomonas vaginalis. Ann Trop Med Parasitol 1991;85:417-25.PsoriasisDose: Refer to label instructions
An ointment containing Oregon grape (10% concentration) has been shown in a clinical trial to be mildly effective against moderate psoriasis but not more severe cases.1 Whole Oregon grape extracts were shown in one laboratory study to reduce inflammation often associated with psoriasis.2 In this study, isolated alkaloids from Oregon grape did not have this effect. This suggests that there are other active ingredients besides alkaloids in Oregon grape. Barberry, which is very similar to Oregon grape, is believed to have similar effects. An ointment, 10% of which contains Oregon grape or barberry extract, can be applied topically three times per day.ReferencesUrinary Tract InfectionDose: Refer to label instructions
Goldenseal is reputed to help treat many types of infections. It contains berberine, an alkaloid that may prevent UTIs by inhibiting bacteria from adhering to the wall of the urinary bladder.1 Goldenseal and other plants containing berberine (such as Oregon grape) may help in the treatment of UTIs. These herbs have not, however, been studied for the treatment of UTIs in humans.ReferencesChronic CandidiasisDose: Refer to label instructions
Berberine is an alkaloid found in various plants, including goldenseal, barberry, Oregon grape, and goldthread. Berberine exhibits a broad spectrum of antibiotic and antifungal activity in test tube, animal, and human studies.1, 2 Berberine has shown effective antidiarrheal activity in a number of diarrheal diseases,3, 4, 5 and it may offer the same type of relief for the diarrhea seen in patients with chronic candidiasis. Doctors familiar with the use of berberine-containing herbs sometimes recommend taking 2 to 4 grams of the dried root (or bark) or 250 to 500 mg of an herbal extract three times a day. While isolated berberine has been studied, none of these herbs has been studied in humans with chronic candidiasis.References
1. Hahn FE, Ciak J. Berberine. Antibiotics 1976;3:577-88 [review].
2. Mahajan VM, Sharma A, Rattan A. Antimycotic activity of berberine sulphate: an alkaloid from an Indian medicinal herb. Sabouraudia 1982;20:79-81.
3. Bhakat MP. Therapeutic trial of Berberine sulphate in non-specific gastroenteritis. Indian Med J 1974;68:19-23.
4. Kamat SA. Clinical trial with berberine hydrochloride for the control of diarrhoea in acute gastroenteritis. J Assoc Physicians India 1967;15:525-9.
5. Desai AB, Shah KM, Shah DM. Berberine in the treatment of diarrhoea. Indian Pediatr 1971;8:462-5.
1. Hahn FE, Ciak J. Berberine. Antibiotics 1976;3:577-88 [review].
5. Desai AB, Shah KM, Shah DM. Berberine in the treatment of diarrhoea. Indian Pediatr 1971;8:462-5.Conjunctivitis and BlepharitisDose: Refer to label instructions
Goldenseal and Oregon grape contain the antibacterial constituent known as berberine. While topical use of berberine in eye drops has been clinically studied for eye infections,1 the use of the whole herbs has not been studied for conjunctivitis or blepharitis.References
Parts Used & Where Grown
Oregon grape is an evergreen shrub which grows throughout the American northwest. It is somewhat misnamed, as the fruit are not actually grapes. It is, however, grown in Oregon (it is the official state flower). Oregon grape is a close relative of barberry(Berberis vulgaris), and shares many common uses and constituents. The root is used medicinally.
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